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Thomas case helps usher in new discipline order

If the public wasn't aware of Arizona's new attorney discipline system, it will be after Thomas' case. Arizona shifted systems on Jan. 1 by eliminating one step in the process and adding laymen to the decision-making on whether attorneys should be punished professionally for their misconduct.

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Will redistrict for food

A murmur went through the gallery at the IRC's Feb. 24 meeting when O'Connor House President Lucia Howard told the panel the IRC has been appropriated only $500,000 in the current budget, while the inaugural commission spent about $9.5 million.

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Like a good neighbor…

Based on recent history, observers of Arizona's second independent redistricting process predicted a partisan fight among IRC commissioners, but several signs are pointing in the opposite direction.

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Yes, Virginia, there is a political motivation

Adams drew attention today to a House bill that would send $5 million to Babeu to allow the Pinal County Sheriff's Office to purchase equipment for an anti-smuggling task force, but some railbirds speculated the move was less about fighting smuggling than it was about congressional jockeying with Pearce.

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